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Required Readings

When Scientists Fall in Love with Scientists; School Gets in Trouble for not Supporting a Secular Students Group – Required Readings

When Scientists Are Mad about Each Other – which is actually, not surprisingly, very common. Government ‘overestimates’ student loan repayments – this means recently graduated students aren’t able to find good-enough jobs in the areas they studied (also not surprising, sadly) North Carolina High School Denies Secular Club, Human Rights …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 12 December 2013

Religion! Women! Minorities! Universal Childcare! Other hot-button topics! All in today’s required readings. People home-schooled by religious parents are starting to fight back. The New York Times weighs in on solutions to bringing more women and minorities into STEM. Childcare is key to a healthy economy and society, say UK …

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Critical ThinkingEducation

Pope Francis speaks at World Youth Day: Gay clergy good. Women bad.

Students and youths from all over the world recently flocked to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for World Youth Day. Initiated in 1986 by Pope John Paul II, this event takes place each Palm Sunday at local levels, and internationally every two to three years.   What is World Youth Day? …

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Critical ThinkingFeatured

It’s Just A Breast!

“If you suck on a tit the movie gets an R rating. If you hack the tit off with an axe it will be PG.” This quote is commonly attributed to Jack Nicholson all over the internet, yet I had trouble verifying its authenticity. Either way, it seemed quite apropos …

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